Archive of: Real Estate

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February Issue 3 2014

GUEST COMMENTARY: Property management: The other side of real estate coin

Arguably, real estate’s most tangible segment is residential sales — the buying and selling of homes. Why? Likely, this connection can be contributed to the immediacy that most individuals have with the concept and process.

Private spending to grow $1.2B in '14 February Issue 1 2014

Private spending to grow $1.2B in '14

Investments in North Slope oil and gas projects will be the main driver behind statewide construction spending growth in the coming year, according to a report by the University of Alaska Anchorage Institute of Social and Economic Research.

February Issue 1 2014

Housing, commercial markets near capacity around state

The largest real estate markets in the state remained strong in 2013, largely due to lean inventory.

Breaking News 2014

ConocoPhillips building sells for $104 million

A team including Cook Inlet Region Inc. and Anchorage-based JL Properties Inc. has purchased the Downtown Anchorage ConocoPhillips Alaska office tower for $104 million, according to a brokerage firm involved in the deal.

Breaking News 2014

Parnell signs bill for residential housing at ANMC

Gov. Sean Parnell on Thursday signed a bill that authorizes $35 million in bonds to build a residential housing unit on the Anchorage campus of the Alaska Native Medical Center.

Breaking News 2014

US home re-sales surpass 5 million in May

U.S. sales of previously occupied homes surpassed the 5 million mark in May, the first time that's happened in 3 ½ years. The gain shows the housing recovery is strengthening.

August Issue 2 2013

Material cost, limited land makes tight commercial market

The demand for commercial real estate in Anchorage is high and the availability is low was commercial broker Brandon Spoerhase’s message to the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce at its Aug. 5 Make It Monday forum.

MOA permits up 25%; jobs near 2005 peak June Issue 5 2013

MOA permits up 25%; jobs near 2005 peak

Alaska’s largest population center is growing much quicker than recent years, at least in terms of construction dollars.

Fairview residents pitch plan to reshape Gambell corridor June Issue 5 2013

Fairview residents pitch plan to reshape Gambell corridor

If the residents of Anchorage’s Fairview neighborhood have their way, the Gambell Street portion of the Seward Highway in Anchorage will be getting an extreme makeover in the coming years.